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V6 2006 problem is with my reversing lamp signal

i am a owner of Ford Mustang V6 2006 Coupe since 2 years without any problems . Now, since (almost 1 week )i have problem is with my reversing lamp signal I have all the Time the signal with out to use the reverse gear in both side continually.
The turn the lamp is on all the Time
pls i need Help
Thank you

some one from fixya.com send me as Best Solution this Answer:

"There is a switch, usually on the side of the transmission next to the shifter linkage, that turns the backup lamps on.
My guess is yours is stuck. Sometimes you can free them up, but it will stick on again, or fail all together, so your best bet is to get a new one from the parts store, and then you will know exactly what the old one looks like. But if you have the car on a level surface with the wheels blocked for safety, look on the driver side with the engine off while someone runs the shifter back and forth. You should see a teardrop shaped metal tab move back an forth. The part under that with wires coming out the back side will be the Park/Nuetral/reverese switch. Find a way to mark or take a picture of how the tab points before removing it, because it has to go back on the exact same way to make sure your trans knows what gear it is in".

My Question for you Experts . What does he Mean Exactly? I asked him to send me as a Picture but he can´t :-(( ... do you have any idea with Picture.


Many thanks again for all your help and support.


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